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Talk about over-sharing.
While President Trump the southern border Thursday, the democratic darling Beto O’rourke visited the dentist posting, visited a bizarre video that shows to be cleaned, he opened a mouth wide, in order to highlight the story of his dental hygienist education in El Paso.
With dental tools of his mouth, O jammed in the two sides ‘ Rourke found his dental hygienist as part of the Instagram story “series” to “the people of the border”.
“Um, so, I’m here at the dentist and we continue our series about the people of the border. I’m here with Diana, my dental hygienist,” O’rourke slurred. “Uh, to tell Diana to go to us a little bit about growing up in El Paso.”
Diana, born in El Paso, said her mother came from a small town in Mexico, and her father was a U.S. citizen.
“My mother was a permanent resident, if you studied to become a citizen,” Diana said, with a dental mask and goggles covered her face. “The neighborhood really helped her … so she could learn more English, and so you would be able to pass your citizenship.”
She added: “The whole neighborhood was there, as she did, and it was wonderful.”
O’rourke, who led the survey from the dentist’s chair, asked what it was like growing up on the border.
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“It is a beautiful community. We support each other and love each other, but it is not what everyone thinks badly of us,” she said. “It is actually a wonderful place to live and grow up.”
O’rourke, with a potential 2020 presidential nomination, released after his loss to Texas sen. Ted Cruz, one of the last of the year’s highest-profile mid-term contests, his video on how the President will visit on the way to McAllen, Texas, to the border on day 20 of the partial Federal government shutdown.
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The President, in an attempt to make a case for the 5.7 billion US-dollars in funding for a concrete wall or steel barrier along the southern border, emphasized the “growing humanitarian and security crisis” of rising illegal immigration.
Democratic leaders accused the President of having “manufactured” a humanitarian crisis at the border.
“President Trump has to stop, hold people hostage, must stop manufacturing a crisis, and have to re-open the government,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said this week.
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Democrats and Republicans have been at an impasse for weeks over the funding for the border security. Trump has said he is open to “compromise,” but does not explain the “absolute right” to a national emergency, if you come to an agreement.